The MiniMax CU410 – the latest addition to the Classic series of combination machines.
The 410 has all the features of the CU300 classic series, with upgraded surfacer/thicknesser to 410mm width capacity
A genuine European combination machine featuring:
- 2600mm Sliding table saw with scorer
- Spindle moulder with 3 speeds
- 410mm wide surfacer with oversized working fence
- 410mm thicknesser
- 3 x 415v, 6.6hp, 415V 50Hz motors
Fitted with a 2600mm sliding table this machine has been made as compact as possible, however still able to rip the full length of a 2450mm (8′) standard panel length. The machine is fitted with 3 x 415V, three phase motors.
One of the big features on this machine is the simplicity in swapping from one operation to the next – within seconds you can go from surfacing to thicknessing to ripping, docking and moulding – all with extreme accuracy.
CU410 Classic Standard Features:
We include some great upgrades on this machine as standard – all designed to make the machine as versatile as possible.
Machining hardwoods? No problems, the professional fence upgrade, large sawblade capacity , big worktables and a selection of cutterblock options will put you in good stead.
Need to machine melamine faced board or veneers? You’ll love the scoring saw, designed to minimise breakout and chipping.
Large panel work? Big 2600mm sliding table running right next to the blade, large outrigger supports and material clamps will be invaluable. The perfect machine if your regularly processing industry standard 2450 x 1220mm (8′x4′) sheets of panel.
Read about the MiniMax CU300 Classic machines that keep the Australian Antarctic stations operational.
Xylent Spiral Cutterblock System
The MiniMax Xylent spiral cutterblock system uses rows of square cutter knives that are positioned within close proximity to each other – spiraling around the cutter block.
Each knife has four cutting edges and can be rotated as one edge dulls. The spiral design of the Xylent system means that the knife will shear the timber rather than cut directly on it. The benefits of this system include a better quality of cut, reduced noise emission, improved shaving extraction and less working load on the machine motor.
Want to know more?
- Watch Jords woodshop discuss the pro’s and cons of combination machines and stand alone woodworking machines.
- Are you trying to work out the best way to get your machine home from our warehouse. Watch how Jordan from Jordswoodshop went about it.